LEGO Bricktales announced for Nintendo Switch

Thunderful have finally revealed the platforms for LEGO Bricktales, revealing that this brand new LEGO adventure is coming to Nintendo Switch. It will be released in Q4 2022 in Europe and North America, exclusively via the Nintendo eShop. The developers are Clockstone Studios, known for their work on the Bridge Constructor series.

Here’s a trailer:

LEGO Bricktales will have you journey across 5 LEGO biomes, and use a brick-by-brick building mechanic to solve puzzles and bring your creations to live.

Here’s some details and some screenshots for the game:

In LEGO Bricktales, journey across 5 different LEGO themed biomes and use an intuitive new brick-by-brick building mechanic to solve puzzles and bring your solutions to life. From purely aesthetic creations, such as market stands and music boxes, up to functional physics-based puzzles like building cranes and gyrocopters, LEGO Bricktales offers a host of challenges and quests to test your imagination and building skills.

Through the deepest jungle, sun-drenched deserts, a bustling city corner, a towering medieval castle and tropical Caribbean islands, you’ll be treated to delightful environments packed full of secrets, challenges and fun characters.

In each diorama, there are LEGO Minifigures who need your help, as well as the opportunity to unlock new skills for your good deeds. While exploring these colorful environments, you will discover a variety of construction spots with their own sets of bricks – it’s up to you to figure out a unique build that will work. Whether you’re being asked to put on your designer hat and build a throne fit for a king or testing your engineering skills to build a bridge that will get a digger across a river, how you construct your builds and meet the challenges you’re being offered is up to you! 

LEGO Bricktales (Switch – eShop) does not have a relaese date yet, but is slated for a Q4 2022 release in Europe and North America.

Source: Thunderful PR


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